Tuesday, May 08, 2012


When summer turns to autumn then winter, leaves are supposed to turn yellow, then fall off. Green grasses are supposed to become a thing of the past. You are supposed to be sick. Because, if winter never came around, you would not appreciate the beauty of spring. You would not witness the beginning of blooming flowers. You would not be amazed by the slow revival of colours in a grey day. Hence, when those grey days come around, do not despair. Indeed, with hardship, comes ease.

1 comment:

  1. I hate to say this Lamz, but you've taken quite a bit of poetic license in saying that green grass disappears in autumn. Not sure if you see lawns wherever you are, but they're green pretty much year 'round.
    I do agree with the general sentiment though.